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BCoE hosts successful conference, earns multiple honors

Starkville, Miss.— The Bagley College of Engineering (BCoE) recently hosted more than 170 engineering educators from across the Southeastern United States. Representing more than 40 institutions of higher learning, they gathered on Mississippi State’s campus for the annual conference of the American Society for Engineering Education’s (ASEE) Southeastern Section. The three-day event focused on the…

April 12, 2012


Aerospace senior selected for internship in Washington, D.C.

Starkville, Miss. – A Mississippi State University engineering student becomes the first student from the Magnolia State selected for a prestigious summer internship in the nation’s capitol. Michael Barton, a senior in aerospace engineering, has been selected from a nation-wide pool of applicants for a Lloyd V. Berkner Space Policy Internship with the National Research…

April 9, 2012


Five engineering majors among Spirit of State honorees

STARKVILLE, Miss. – Five Bagley College of Engineering (BCoE) students have been honored with Mississippi State’s premier student award. Michael Barton, Palara Grant, Emily Nations, Daniel Snyder, and Marlon Taylor were among 22 students from across the university who received Spirit of State Awards during a Super Bulldog Weekend ceremony. Spirit of State Award winners…

April 2, 2012


Mississippi State engineering names new distinguished fellows

STARKVILLE, Miss.– Ten alumni from the Bagley College of Engineering at Mississippi State University are being honored for their professional accomplishments and personal commitments to engineering and their alma mater. The newest class of Distinguished Fellows was honored during a Thursday night [March 8] ceremony on the university’s Starkville campus. “Each year we look forward…

March 9, 2012


Veteran educator to head MSU aerospace department

STARKVILLE, Miss. – A professor with more than 20 years of experience as an educator will become the Bagley College of Engineering’s Bill and Carolyn Cobb chair and head of the department of aerospace engineering. Pasquale “PC” Cinnella formally assumed his new role July 1 after serving as the interim leader for two years. He…

July 5, 2011


College toasts successful year at annual picnic

Starkville, Miss. — School’s out and the Bagley College of Engineering’s faculty and staff are celebrating the end another successful academic year. On a sunny Wednesday afternoon, the college’s faculty and staff turned out on MSU’s historic Drill Field to enjoy barbecue, fried catfish and all of the trimmings while Dean Sarah Rajala provided an…

May 11, 2011


BCoE academy names new ‘distinguished’ members

Starkville, Miss. — Four Bagley College of Engineering (BCoE) faculty members have become the newest members of the college’s Academy of Distinguished Teachers. John Brocato, Dave Dampier, Lesley Strawderman, and Rani Sullivan were inducted into the academy during an April ceremony. This year’s honorees were chosen based on nomination letters from Mississippi State administrators, faculty…

April 25, 2011


Distinguished alumni honored for their commitment to engineering and MSU

Ten esteemed alumni of the James Worth Bagley College of Engineering at Mississippi State University were named distinguished engineering fellows during an awards ceremony earlier this spring. Recognized for their commitment and dedication to the engineering profession, these MSU graduates are part of a tradition of excellence within the college of engineering. In 1991, the…

April 14, 2011


Cowboys bring home conference honors

STARKVILLE, Miss. – Members from the Mississippi State University Space Cowboys team corralled several honors at the 62nd annual American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Regional Student Conference. The rocketry team members earned first place in the university outreach category for their presentation about the team’s community outreach efforts and tied for third place in…

April 11, 2011


Engineering students design, build, soar above competition

Mississippi State students engineer another successful year at the Unmanned Air Systems Competition through teamwork and autonomous flight. The 10-member student team, named Xipiter, placed second overall at the eighth annual student Unmanned Air Systems Competition by the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International. They rose above 21 other peer institutions such as Embry-Riddle Aeronautical…

June 29, 2010